S&P Depository Receipts (SPY)
$375.70 2.76 (0.73%)
19:59 EST SPY Stock Quote Delayed 30 Minutes
Previous Close -
Market Cap 3.30B
PE Ratio -
Volume (Avg. Vol.) 107.16M
Day's Range 373.70 - 377.58
52-Week Range 218.26 - 381.49
Dividend & Yield 5.02 (1.34%)
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The combination of huge tech stocks with big problems and weak sectors make SPY stock unappealing.
By Alex Sirois
SPY stock is an ETF tracking the S&P 500, which should make money for a good portion of 2021. The trick is to time the fall.
The S&P 500 is perpetually breaking records, so the SPY stock makes new highs every week. Owning it continues to be the right thing to do.
SPY stock is looking stretched right now.
Index funds like SPY stock might look risky after a torrid 2020. But there's enough good news for stocks to keep rallying this year as well.
U.S. equities may face their share of bumps in the road, but it should be a successful and profitable run for SPY stock in 2021.
It has defied the odds -- or at least Covid-19's wrath -- in 2020, and conditions continue to shape up for a strong year ahead in SPY stock.
If you are looking to buy the S&P 500, or SPY stock specifically, there should be a correction soon with which to get a better price.
With the experts telling you that the bull market will continue, SPY stock seems reasonable until you look under the hood.
The S&P 500 closed at a record today and looks poised for a year-end run. Here's how to profit using SPY stock options.
Long-term investors may regard any dip in SPY stock as opportunity to invest regularly for the long term.
Not everyone wants to research and wager on individual companies. Thankfully, SPY stock offers a viable alternative as an all-in-one fund.
Twilio, Qualcomm, Nautilus, Datadog and the S&P 500 ETF were our top stock trades for Monday. Now, let's get busy with a look at the charts.
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